Here you'll find lots and lots of fresh seafood, available to buy to cook yourself, or eat at one of the food court outlets or restaurants. Check out some of the local seafoods such as Moreton Bay bugs and Spanner crabs.
A lot of shops to get "fresh" seafood, but it's not that great a bargain. That "bargain" becomes worse when you leave as parking at the market is rather pricey. If you spend more than 2 hours there (and once you pull your ticket, you may drive around 15 minutes before you even find a spot), you'll pay $18.00 bucks. Spend over 2 1/2 hours there and it's $23. Over 3 and it's $28 and so on. The shops that sell hot dishes are okay, but nothing to write home about. It's crowded, sometimes hard to find a seat especially if you're a large group. Smartest thing is to get someone to drop you off, then at least you save the parking fees. That will make the experience a little more palatable.
Great to visit and very accessible. Has ample parking and has a tram stop right at the entrance. It's also a regular stop for tour groups and you can often see the tour buses coming and going. It's situated next to the harbour and it's lovely to sit by the water's edge while you eat fish and chips or you can opt to try one of the numerous restaurants and food stalls inside. Besides seafood, you can also purchase some fresh produce and delicious cheeses. It's very busy, lively and a great place to visit on the weekends.
You can also buy lobsters or other fresh seafood from those stall and they will helped you prepared those seafood. You can also buy them back if you have a BBQ gathering in the weekend. They sell very cheap seafood
Ok i admit i didnt get enough of the seafood, the lobster and seafood platter didnt satisfy me. Well since the food is so fresh and cheap, i got to go for it no matter what.
Get down there and find the lunch-places and order a portion off fresh prawns, tempura style. You'll regret it if you don't try it ! We will certainly go there again.
Favorite Dish: Tempura prawns